Tag: Chornomorsk Seaport
After its commissioning, the two-sided pier’s ability to simultaneously handle different types of cargo on both sides was tested successfully.
The port’s terminal No. 1, container terminal, and terminal No. 5 are being readied for concession tenders.
The company was forced to suspend the operations of the plant and its port terminal in Odesa in February 2022.
The seaports are also using alternative power sources for their operations.
This will improve the system of vessel routes in the northwestern part of the Black Sea and bring it in line with the system of established routes implemented at the international level.
The launch of the pier will increase cargo turnover and budget revenues and mark the beginning of a new stage in the port's development.
The "grain corridor" continues to operate.
The ship will depart for Somalia after being loaded with wheat.
It is one of the ships chartered by the UN World Food Program to transport grain.
The pier has reached 80% completion.
The bulk carrier arrived from Turkey.
The President of Ukraine made a visit to Chornomorsk.
Preparatory work is being performed to ensure the loading and shipment of grain and related cargoes.
The passage of ships through a "grain corridor" from the ports of Odesa and Pivdennyi will begin later.
The USPA also announced the preparation of these ports for resumption of operation.
The cargo shipping company launched a new monthly ro-ro service on 8 February.
The preparation of projects will be financed jointly by the EBRD and the USPA.
To facilitate the launch of this route, the USPA reconstructed the railway track in the port of Chornomorsk in record time.
The third vessel carrying liquefied gas entered the port this year, after a break of three years.
The volume of cargo transshipment at the Chornomorsk seaport has been increasing for the past three years.